I should point out that I am up to date with all firmware and versions on my windows 10 machine. To reproduce, simply use the materials test in lightburn with speed going from 1 to 10 mm/s on a 10w xtool D1. I just purchased lightburn as it seemed like it would work great, but I keep hitting this wall and wasting material. Please help.
Lightburn support wrote back. Here’s what they said
We have seen this issue one time before, and the user solved the issue by using a different laptop. We never got to the bottom of the issue, but believed it to be a problem with the controller.
One thing you might try is changing your ‘Transfer mode’ from ‘Buffered’ to ‘Synchronous’ in your ‘Device Settings’.
The last ditch effort would be to re-flash the firmware on the board.
Let us know how that goes.
LightBurn Software Support
For me my laptop is very new running Windows 11 and my only other computer is a work computer, so trying a different computer is not going to work for me. I will try changing the transfer mode and see what that does. I’m sure it won’t be that simple…
buffered to synchronous change seemed to work, at least for the material test which had failed before. No other changes were made and this worked. I am running the latest on all firmware and lightburn versions.